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's description of windsor as the earth's rectum good or bad for the city?" (laughter and applause) this is true. as of this taping the results are 76.64% good and 23% bad. (cheers and applause) apparently the earth's rectum is an improvement over windsor's previous reputation so you're welcome, windsor. you just got the colbert bump. (cheers and applause) do you agree to make this your new city flag and change yourtoryist signs. "welcome to wind or, you taint seen nothing yet." (laughter and applause) folks, wall street is taking a lot of heat lately. you destroy the global economy once and everyone forgets all the times you didn't destroy it. (laughter) plus our finance sector is much safer now because wall street has removed the weakest link-- man. >> for 150 years, the floor of 2 t change was the center of the financial world. but less than 30% of the trading is conducted here now and the specialists in the noise of the floor is being replaced by the speed and quiet efficiency of computers. >> stephen: though humans still play an important role-- as seen here as goldman sachs. (laughter) now
a civil suit against the city. >> stephen: they're suing. the kids are suing, $50 million a piece. >> that's right. the city is asking you for your notes and for your outtakes of your video. you won't give them to them. what are you hiding? >>. >> i don't think after ten years of stalling knowing that we did these interviews three years ago, knowing that we asked every six months for them, the cops and the prosecutors to come forward and be in our film and they refused, sometimes didn't honor us with the courtesy of a returned phone call all of a sudden we go to the can nes film festival and opening thee atically, suddenly they want our outtakes and notesment i don't think the government, and i thought, i was certain you would agree with this, that the government would want to intrude in the lives of the journalists or a filmmaker doing their job. and so we told them what they could do with their subpoena. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: all right. ken, thank you for being here. ken burns. the dust bowl,
. the fascinating documentary about chess champions in an intermediate school in the city. i give it six pawns up, i don't know chess. so rooks? i'm an idiot. let's start tonight with the election. you know the election that just ended and the one you don't ever really want to hear about again, that one. presidential elections are never just about voting on who gets to run naked through the white house in the middle of the night. i'm looking at you, eisenhower. (laughter)
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